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Gina Kamentsky

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Email: ginak@pixeltoon.com
Websites: www.t-ginacomics.com, www.ginakamentsky.com

Bio: Gina Kamentsky, creator of the comic book series T-Gina; "The tale of a fabulous transgendered gal and her search for validation and a decent cup of coffee" wears several silly hats.

She creates kinetic sculptures which exist in the somewhat chaotic and messy real world and animated films for the screen where gravity is a bit less of a concern. Her comics exist in both, although real paper is nice for reading in the bathtub.

Her path leading to this follows some interesting twists and turns starting in Buffalo New York where she played punk rock at night and during the day, slept under her desk at Fisher Price Toys with occasional breaks to design playthings for toddlers. Between then and now she's created a giant clock which burns sticks of incense, designed a Limbo game for kids, built a series of robot sculptures on commission, created sculptural lighting for a roadhouse in Texas joined a motorcycle gang, and created several animated films including one about donuts having sex.

BTW, T-Gina is now available for your Kindle and e-reading pleasure and can be downloaded on Smashwords!

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